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Jul 10, 2013 11:00pm PDT
willing to recommend itself to the world and create a positive energy people want to see. >> before they come into new zealand and start new lives, they're bound to have some doubts. on the other hand, they may have some perceptions of what their new lives will be. they will have a great family, a great house, a great career. the kids are going to school. they will do well academically. when they get there, maybe a lot of people to fulfill the original expectations. but there will be others whose experience upon arriving in new zealand falls short of their original projection. how should they manage that, the gap, the differences, the gap uc in terms of aspiration and reality? >> there is definitely a gap. a lot of people come to me in a miserable station. i always tell my clients they are the different version of a good novel. everyone's story is different. the fact that you might start out rough or have had a bad experience, that only makes you stronger. it does not have to defeat you. what everyone else has experienced or what they're doing, no matter how successful it looks, it may n
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